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New model me HERO seniors HERO Sr. N.M.M. 203 Ramona Reid, Margurite Ely, Scot! Schaffer, and LeAnne Murrens host the Hero Sr. Christmas open house at the Franck ' s residence. HERO Senior members are: Row 1; Leigh Anne Mur- rens-President, Bill Vance-Vice President, Margue¬ rite Ely-Treasurer, Kathy Payne, Ramona Reid-Secre¬ tary, Scott Schaffer, Row 2; Scott Freelove, Mike Reeh, Sheryl Hopley, Mrs. Franck. Tell me why McDonalds is Kathy Payne ' s kind of place. v i j The " New Model Me " is Rock Island ' s Title IV State Demonstration Project designed to help students understand the causes and consequences of behav¬ ior choices. It is a first through twelfth grade curriculum emphasizing self- concept, group process and values clarification. Presently, the program is i used by 41 Rock Island teachers in 13 different buildings on a volunteer basis. j Over the past four years the project ' s staff has inserviced over 1000 teachers in 70 school districts throughout Illinois in the " New Model Me " curriculum. The New Model Me institutes at RIHS are: George W. Varchola, Project Director; Beverly K. Lund, Training Specialist; Darlene M. Stiles, sec¬ retary.
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HERO Junior 202 HERO Jr. Annette Anderson concentrates on the " square deal " at Ponder- osa. Melanie Simmons makes your " sweet dreams " come true at Southpark Bakery. Hero members are: Row 1; Mrs. Franck, Nanette Vesey, Melanie Conklin, Row 2; Cynthia Shine- Vice President, Debbie Lucky, Kevin Senatra, Charlene Jennings, Row 3; Annette Anderson- Secretary, Stephanie Balliu-president, Greg Nefz- gar, Steve Westerman- Treasurer, Tom Nelson, Scott Erickson, Rodesha Muskeyvalley, and Tanya Roberts. Cynthia Shine whisks away troubles at Friendship Manor. " Home Ec " Heros This program is open to students who are sixteen years old and older and who have a career interest and-or orientation courses in these occupational areas. Training stations are selected with the student ' s interests, abilities, career objectives and background in mind. Training stations for HERO may be in any area related to the field of Home Economics. Typical HERO training stations are in places of employment related to child and adult care; clothing, production and services; food and nutrition; household and institutional management, housing and home furnish¬ ings; hospitality and public service occupa¬ tions. If a student likes people and wants to help them, he or she can find a job in the Home Economics Related Occupations pro¬ gram and be challenged by the job.
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Distributive Education is a two year cooperative education program designed to develop future business leaders. First year students receive a general idea of business practices in a free society. Second year students obtain a more detailed insight into today ' s business. These groups are affiliated with Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA) and the Distributive Clubs of Illinois (DECI). DECA builds DECA II Money making projects this year were candy and stuffed animal sales, and profits were used to send students to state conferences, and a employer- employee spring banquet. Congratulations this year go to Wayne Robertson who passed the DECI Ambassador ' s Test in Springfield. 3rd hour DECA members are: Connie Bowser, Terry Arp, Rose Smith, Katie Wilson, Robert Horice, Mike Scott, Wayne Robertson, Lori Roach, Mr. Divinney Terry Arp looks on as Rose Smith types a report sheet. Rose Smith gives her customers a bright McDonald ' s smile. DECA II officers are: Terry Arp, Katie Wilson, Robert Horice, Connie Bowser. 204 DECA II
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